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walking

birding

trail running

wild flowers

kid friendly

wildlife

good family hike

Great morning walk

The beginning was boring but towards the middle area was awesome with lots of trees and rock's. didn't like the fact that we had to pay to hike

hiking
23 days ago

Beautiful view of the snow capped mountains. Kind of busy on the weekend and parts of the trail can be a bit narrow.

This is a beautiful hike with well maintained trails. A lot of interesting sights. No cell service though so don’t rely on your phone for a guide (our mistake).

Pretty awesome short trail. Very pretty. Some areas are a little overgrown but nothing that is not easily navigated through. Overall, very friendly little trek. Super kid friendly as well if you have little ones.

on Adobe Loop Trail

1 month ago

Beautiful views, started out easy and became moderate, which ended up a perfect ending to a beautiful day. I went with a friend who had been on this trail many times. We got lost a little on the way back, but I assured her that if it got dark, I would sleep on one of the many benches, and eat her for dinner. We found the parking lot. Win Win!

Santa Rosa is my favorite local hiking destination

Went in November. Not much shade so don’t forget your hat/sun screen. Looked for ocean but can only see the marine layer

Dogs are actually allowed on this loop. Very nice trail, only the down side is there are too many dog poop on the trail.

backpacking
2 months ago

Guys, dont get confused on the mileage...it is 4.8 point to point.....not out and back. this is not (though it can be) a round trip hike. 4.8 from A to B.....not A to half point and back to A.

I took my terrier here to hike, I usually stick with the trail that starts from the parking area by Hidden Valley Road, the actual trail is 2.5 miles. This trail recorded here has an added loop trail you can also access across from the Ecological reserve to make your loop a quick 2 mile or a little bit longer 4.5 miles. Mainly flat, some meadows, some large bush covered areas, keep an eye out from horse riders and mountain bikers. The regular trail isn’t as curvy as the added trail above it shown on the map. Either one has taken me about an hour with stopping to give my dog water. Great any time of the year.

hiking
3 months ago

This was an added trail we did along with the Santa Rosa to monument hill. Went on October, off season. Great weather but no water.

Did the hike in October. Very cool and perfect weather. A lot of different trails to go to add onto your hike. Not crowed during this time of year.

hiking
3 months ago

Great workout, a lot of downhill at first, but the bugs are super annoying... they harass you on every part of the trail, even in the parking lot! There is no getting away from them. I still like tenaja falls more than this trail!

Good hike, gradual climbs nothing severe, some rocky areas but not bad, good scenery. The only slight negative is so many back and forth winding trails but overall enjoyable hike.

Lots of different trails linked into this one trail :)
You can make it as short or as long as you would like. The majority of it is "plains" flat land like tall grass with pretty easy non-rocky terrain but again it depends which trails you decide to take!

Grassy meadows. Wildflowers in the spring.

Great trail
Not stroller friendly
Very steep hill
On return

This trail
Took us to vernal poos (dry no water)
Then proceeded to
A steep hill to adobes
It's pretty hot today so don't go
Without water

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